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Listening post Bravo

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Listening post Bravo
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Site
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People
FactionsUnited States Armed Forces (formerly)
Other
QuestsBlind Betrayal
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TerminalsTerminal
Monitoring terminal
 
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Listening post Bravo is a location in the Commonwealth.

Background

This military outpost was a listening post for suspicious activity over the airwaves shortly before the Great War, and has managed to remain structurally sound, over 200 years after the nuclear fire. The bunker has been kept hidden underground from scavengers, and still remains protected thanks to its still functioning automated defenses.[1]

Layout

Exterior

A small office can be found outside of the bunker which has very little of note: a desk, a security gate locked with an Advanced lock, and a Master locked terminal that supplies power to an elevator leading down into the bunker.

Bunker

The first room once entering the bunker contains an armor workbench and a weapons workbench, which are off in the corner, along with a nearby monitoring terminal that can be found on top of a desk. Through a busted concrete wall, a yao guai den is exposed, which further leads into the bunker, where a room containing a few switchboards can be entered.

Notable loot

Two packages of grape Mentats can be looted within the switchboard room.

Appearances

Listening post Bravo appears only in Fallout 4.

References

  1. Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p.282: "[2.17] LISTENING POST BRAVO
    An ex-military checkpoint to scavengers is like a porch lamp for bugs. It is currently devoid of human foes, with only robots active in this area. Below ground, the bunker abuts a Yao Guai cave."
    (Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)